DOCUMENT TYPE Dissertation
CREATED ON 5th March 2017
COMPLETED ON 12th March 2017
Expert hired: kennykitchens

Statistical Analysis on Dissertation

Are more experienced brokers better at EPS forcast than less experienced brokers. All regression and data done. Just have to analyse statistics and write a paper on it. Samples will be given. Sample dissertation attatched. Will send Excel data and question over.
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